b'EPRA SaskatchewanElectronic Products RecyclingAssociation (EPRA) continues to play an important role in protecting the environment by reducing the amount of waste committed to landfills. Saskatchewan continues to be a leader in e-waste diversion and service delivery. As the longest-running, industry-led, e-recycling program in North America, I am proud to say our programenters this new decade with a solid foundation for continued growth. Program awareness in Saskatchewan continues to thrive, In 2018, EPRA Saskatchewan (EPRA SK) and its networkand now sits at 89%; this represents a 5% increase since of Recycle My Electronics drop-off locations began2016. Our messaging continues to focus on safeguarding accepting a broader list of electronic devicesincludingthe environment and diverting from landfill. We microwaves and gaming equipment. In 2019, this resultedemphasize the EPRA promise of preventing illegal export in more end-of-life electronics (EOLE) being diverted fromof end-of-life electronics, and ensuring the protection landfill, recycled, and put back into the manufacturingof workers health and safety is at the forefront of our supply chain. This past year alone, EPRA SK diverted 2,423authorized operations.metric tonnes of electronics from Saskatchewan landfills.To ensure our mandate is being delivered and the Since 2013, Saskatchewan residents have recycled moreintegrity of The Electronic Equipment Stewardship than 18,700 metric tonnes of electronics. Regulations under The Environmental Management and This year, EPRA SK opened five new drop-off locationsProtection Act is upheld, EPRA SK will continue to work throughout the province, providing greater access forcollaboratively with partner Ministries, administrative residents in rural communities. Over the past five years,divisions, the SARCAN network and other key we have added twelve new collection sites to our map.stakeholders throughout the province. I look forwardIncreasing accessibility continues to be a priority, asto another year of continued success in 2020. we seek to ensure all residents of Saskatchewan have convenient access to safe and secure recycling, whetherGayleen Creelmanthey reside in remote, rural or urban communities.Program Director, SaskatchewanSchedule of Operations SaskatchewanYear ended December 31, 2019, with comparative information for 20182019 2018 Revenue:Environmental handling fees$ 2,505,233 $2,704,382Interest227,476181,2652,732,7092,885,647Expenses:Direct operations:Processing992,924892,467Collection882,644843,451Transportation, warehousing and storage266,897257,355Quality assurance sampling and recycler audits39,42048,217 2,181,8852,041,490Other:Consumer awareness and communications515,153510,746Administration602,965600,2341,118,118 1,110,980 3,300,003 3,152,470 Excess of expenses over revenue$(567,294)$(266,823)8 EPRA ANNUAL REPORT 2019'